The Cory Monteith remembrance episode rocked the Glee Chatters. Listen in to their emotional recap of 5×03 “The Quarterback.”
-This was probably the most emotional episode we’ve seen on TV in a while.
-Amongst all of this, it’s Jack’s birthday!
-Mitch and Jack reflect on their solo episode.
-We all approached our grieving in different ways toward both Cory and Finn’s death.
-The story picked up 3 weeks after the funeral, which helped the show progress a little easier.
-Natalie points out that this wasn’t a plot point; if Cory didn’t pass, Finn most likely wouldn’t have. This was more of a way for the actors to grieve on camera.
-We found it odd that the 2.0’s were in “Seasons of Love”
-Heather Morris couldn’t be on because she was either near giving birth or just had given birth. We still missed her!
-We could tell that Amber Riley was showing more emotion in the scene than she was allowed to keep in the studio recording.
-The scene where they packed up Finn’s things blurred the actor’s acting with reality.
-How did we feel about the way the lamp was dealt with?
-Santana and Sue’s confrontation was too perfect.
-Puck’s feature in this episode was appreciated, for both his relationship with Finn, and the two actor’s relationship with each other.
-We analyze why Finn is called “The Quarterback.”
-How did we feel about Santana’s making fun of Finn?
-Tina’s scene about her black clothes was either really callous or just her own way of dealing with things.
-Who’s following who on Twitter? Or does that even matter…
-We have a fun Hypable connection to the dumpster scene.
-Jack states that Lea is one of the strongest actors he knows.
-It felt like Puck’s storyline was wrapped up for good when he went to go join the military.
-Mitch gives everyone a flood warning.
-Let’s just say that we’re happy this wasn’t a live video podcast episode.
-Why. Did. Will. Take. That. Jacket.
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